CEU Event: BAW Academy Basic Course

When: Ongoing
Where: Hikarie MOV


CPDT-KSA Knowledge: 21.00 CBCC-KSA Knowledge: 0.00
CPDT-KSA Skills: 0.00 CBCC-KSA Skills: 0.00


Miki Saito, CPDT-KA teaches, in Japanese, the knowledge and application of science and technology of behavior change and ethical standard in order to give good animal training and care. Course hours: 4 hours x 8 days (8 lectures) = 32 hours total Participants can learn: Behavior basics - How behavior works, Behavior is a function of consequence, Environment and behavior, The risk of "Labeling", ABC analysis and its importance, Behavior is the information to understand whether the environment we create and what we do is good or not and think whether we should continue it or not Enrichment - Why enrichment is vital for good animal care, How to plan and assess enrichment, The side effects of aversive stimuli, Why positive reinforcement training enriches the lives of animals, Cooperative behavior Observational skills - Canine body language, The relation between environment and behavior, Which aspect of environment and which element of stimulus can influence behavior and emotion Behavior problem - Ethical standard of intervention, Functional Assessment and Intervention Design, Fair pairs, The importance of management to prevent undesirable behavior, Practical ways to teach new desirable behavior and skills to perform it Designing training plan - Stimulus control, the importance of "Think, Plan, Do (Bob Bailey)", Constructional approach, Whole process and each session, Creating strong cue, schedule of reinforcement, less confuse and frustration, Matching Law Teaching skills - The role as a teacher/trainer, Learning theory, Rules and tips for successful clicker training, Training terminology, Techniques for producing target behavior and stimulus control, How to create a teaching/training plan, How to think and do when a animal makes a mistake Key words: ABA, science of behavior, how behavior works, respondent behavior, operant behavior, ABC analysis (3-term contingency), enrichment, good animal care, reinforcer, aversive stimulus, Matching Law, resurgence, constructional approach, learning theory, clicker training, capturing, prompting, shaping, chaining, stimulus control, extinction, schedule of reinforcement, antecedent arrangement, behavioral momentum, poisoned cue, LRS, canine body language, bite scale, Functional Assessment & Intervention Design, DRI, DRA, DRO, Counterconditioning & Systematic Desensitization

Speaker(s):Miki Saito

Contact: Miki Saito
 Email: markandreward@gmail.com
 Phone: 819-034-749717
 Web: https://www.facebook.com/BAW-Academy-1379237465429720/


Hikarie MOV
2-21-1, Shibuya
Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 1508510